Where the Green Ants Dream

Where the Green Ants Dream

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  • Where the Green Ants Dream - Official Trailer

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  • Where The Green Ants Dream Trailer 1984

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  • 64 segundos de WHERE THE GREEN ANTS DREAM (1984, Werneg Herzog).

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  • Wandjuk Marika Top # 8 Facts

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Where the Green Ants Dream is a 1984 film by German film director Werner Herzog. Based partly on the Milirrpum v Nabalco Pty Ltd case and making use of professional actors as well as Aboriginal activists who were involved in the case, it was a mix of facts and fiction. The ant mythology was claimed as Herzog's own, but some natives did consider the green ant as the totem animal that created the world and humans. Wandjuk Marika noted that the ant dreaming belief existed in a clan that lived near Oenpelli in the Northern Territory. The film is set in the Australian desert and is about a land feud between a mining company called Ayers and the native Aborigines. The Aborigines claim that an area the mining company wishes to work on is the place where green ants dream, and that disturbing them will destroy humanity. The film was entered in the 1984 Cannes Film Festival.

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